Recently, we were thrilled to be asked by our local United Way office to help with a project they were putting together to promote small, ethnically diverse restaurants in Cleveland.
The project became known as "Taste the Nations of Cleveland, Tennessee." White Oak created a passport for consumers to take to each of the restaurants to be stamped. Our agency also created the Taste the Nations logo.
Eleven businesses are participating in the project, which runs through May 21. You can learn more here, including where you can pick up your own passport.
We would like to thank the United Way of the Ocoee Region for letting us be a part of the project.
Other sponsors included the Cleveland/Bradley Chamber of Commerce, the Cleveland Daily Banner, Lee University, the Tennessee Small Business Development Centers and VIVE Immigrant and Refugee Services.